CLMA Launches New Website Breaking Down Concert Regulations by Province/Territory

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November 3, 2021
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The Canadian Live Music Association (CLMA) has launched a helpful new website designed to help musicians, agents, promoters, venues, and others navigate the constantly-changing COVID regulations for live events in each province.

The website can be found at Canadianlivemusic.ca/concertguide and provides a centralized breakdown of all available information, designed to makes regulations easily digestible. CLMA notes that the webpage is based on available information and says to still consult provincial regulations as this information is subject to change and should not be taken as legal advice.

The website is populated by CLMA staff with the help from its membership. For each province, it provides a clear answer to common questions about mask and vaccine requirements, whether standing and dancing are allowed, is reservations are required, capacity restrictions, etc. On the homepage is a link to each province’s COVID-19 protocol website should someone require further clarification.

For more information, go to www.canadianlivemusic.ca/concertguide. CLMA tells anyone who notices errors or omissions in the information provided to contact Melanie Brulée (mbrulee@canadianlivemusic.ca) with updates.